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Published November 19, 2002

Opinion

Letter to the Editor: Come Up with a Better Plan for the Swell


After the election results indicated clearly that the Emery County residents did not want the San Rafael locked up as a national monument, so be it, but the local residents of Emery County had better step forward now with their idea of a plan and wha...

Letter to the Editor: Fishing at Joe's Valley


The Utah Division of Wildlife Resources has announced that Joe's Valley Reservoir in Emery County will be closed to fishing from November 1 through December 14, explaining that this is necessary to prevent the "excessive harvest of large spawning fis...

What's Next for the San Rafael Swell?


Emery County has certainly been put through the wringer in regards to land use proposals for the San Rafael Swell. Under the shadow of large-scale wilderness designation proposals the county attempted a Heritage/National Conservation Area (NCA) bill...

We All Need Dormant Winters to have Productive Springs


Whether it is thinking about a new job, getting married, getting out of depression, controlling your quick tongue or whatever change you might be thinking of, all changes include the three process steps I mentioned last time: 1) endings, 2) a lostnes...

A Swell Monument from Tribune


Reprinted with permission from the Salt Lake Tribune at the request of Citizens for Emery County's Future, Tracy Jeffs, Bevan Wilson and Kent Petersen.

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